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18th Century Goods

  • Boatswain's Pipe

    The boatswain's pipe is one of the oldest and most distinctive pieces of nautical equipment. Also known as a bosun's whistle or flute, it was used to keep the stroke pace on boats, to call cross-bowmen on deck for attack, and later it was used to signal...

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  • Copper Hammered Strainer

    Featuring a copper straining surface with a beautiful gold handle, this strainer will add a hint of antique glint to your kitchen. 13"L x 4 3/4"W. Features Copper and gold 14"L x 4 3/4"W Product Care Hand wash. Use mineral oil as needed. Do not soak...

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  • Creamware Pierced Teapot with Lid

    With textural exuberance tempered by quiet color, creamware has created memorable table settings for centuries. This Creamware Pierced Teapot with Lid, like many of the antique examples in Colonial Williamsburg's collections, are made in Leeds, England...

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  • Creamware Shell Dish

    Creamware, highly fashionable in the mid-18th century, remains so in the early 21st. This creamware shell dish—perfect for candy, soap or condiments— reflects the natural emphasis of rococo period design. Hand Made in England through Hartley Greens & Co...

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  • Duke of Gloucester Pitcher | The Shops at Colonial Williamsburg

    Duke of Gloucester Pitcher

    About 1770, the Duke of Gloucester, William Henry, commissioned a dinner service that reflected his passionate interest in the natural world. The resulting pattern is an impressive manifestation of rococo style, complete with 19 exuberant colors, 22...

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  • Fiddle Handle Shell Bowl Tea Caddy Spoon

    Cast from fine non-tarnishing, no-lead pewter, this round shell-shaped tea caddy spoon features a textured bowl and smooth fiddle handle. It is a reproduction of a spoon in the Colonial Williamsburg collections. Use it to scoop loose tea leaves out of a...

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  • Jaw Harp

    Played since the Middle Ages, this form of mouth harp was especially popular in Scotland, where dancers stepped a jig to its lively, twanging note. The harp is capable of producing only a single note, but players can vary the instrument's tone by...

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  • Long Peel

    Like its colonial counterparts, this flat hardwood utensil is useful in the kitchen for removing baked goods from a hot oven. Made in USA. 12" L x 4 ½” W.FeaturesKiln-Dried Hard MapleMade with 17 Different Hand Processes and Final Polishing Treated with...

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  • Maple Short Spoon

    The versatile wooden spoon is one of the few utensils as essential in today's kitchens as it was 200 years ago. Features Kiln-Dried Hard Maple Made with 17 Different Hand Processes and Final Polishing Treated with Mineral Oil 10 1/4" L x 3 1/2" W Made...

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  • Pewter Coffee Pot

    Elegant pewter coffee pot with rosewood handles is an adaptation of an eighteenth-century original attributed to the London shop of Samuel Ellis. Slightly larger than the original.Perhaps more than any other custom of the times, the storing, brewing and...

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  • Pewter Cream Pitcher

    Based on an antique circa (1740 - 1780), this cream pitcher has been reproduced. Based on the cream pot design with pad feet, flared rim and double-scroll legs and handle. Add this pewter cream pitcher with the sugar bowl to complete your coffee or tea...

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  • Pewter Jefferson Cup

    A pewter masterpiece of symmetry and unparalleled versatility—at a bargain price. Designed by Thomas Jefferson himself, this plain pewter cup makes an ideal gift. Personalize by engraving a monogram, initial, crest, or sentimental inscription. Perfect to...

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  • Pewter Salt Spoon

    Small dishes of salt appeared on tables during the seventeenth century.  The largest and most ornate was placed before the most honored guest.  Other simpler salts were placed around the table. This pewter salt spoon is reproduced  from an...

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  • Pewter Sugar Bowl

    Based on an antique circa (1740 - 1780), this pewter sugar bowl has been reproduced. Based on the cream pot design with pad feet, flared rim and double-scroll legs and handle. Add this pewter sugar bowl with the pewter cream pitcher to complete your...

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  • Red Crystal Rose Gold Reproduction Ring | The Shops at Colonial Williamsburg

    Red Crystal Rose Gold Reproduction Ring

    This unique ring is a fantastic reproduction of a Georgian period treasure previously held in the vaults of The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. Crystal was the main decorating media of the Georgian period. This ring's red crystal is custom cut to fit...

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  • Scalloped Seashell Tea Caddy Spoon

    This pewter scalloped seashell tea caddy spoon is a reproduction of an actual heirloom in Colonial Williamsburg's collections. Tea caddy spoons were popular in the 1700s, when tea was more expensive, and were used for measuring tea leaves. Handcrafted in...

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  • Shell Bowl Tea Caddy Spoon

    Cast from fine non-tarnishing, no-lead pewter, this shell-shaped tea caddy spoon is a reproduction of a spoon from the Colonial Williamsburg collections. Use it to scoop loose tea leaves out of a vessel, just like the colonists did.Features18th-century...

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